Learn to Write! 8 Tips on Learning How to Write | Writers.com (2023)

Learning to write is a process, one that requires consistent hard work and determination—and perhaps some magic! But, as with any other skill, it’s important to work hard on the right thing.

Instead of providing a list of pointers on how to learn to write for general purposes, this guide will offer eight key tips that will help you learn how to write creatively.

Learn to Write with 8 Simple Tips

1. How to Learn to Write: Take a writing class

A writing class is a great place for writers to begin—it’s also where this writer first learned to write! The writing class is great for all kinds of learners as it provides a range of learning formats, including lectures, discussions, and workshops. The most valuable aspect of taking a writing course, however, is that it provides a supportive environment for writers.

In my experience, taking classes helped me to get over my fear of the blank page by showing me multiple approaches to beginning a poem, short story, or essay. Having the structure of a writing course was particularly helpful, as it kept me accountable to my goals.

writers.com has a great roster of creative writing courses. But, before you sign up for a writing class, I would suggest that you do some research. Some questions to ask include: who’s teaching? Are there prerequisites? What is the class size? If you’re looking for an online writing class, this guide offers some great tips!

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2. How to Learn to Write: Read

Reading is bread and butter for a writer no matter what stage of their career they’re at. Reading is how we both discover what we gravitate to and, inevitably, learn to write. Writers read not just for fun, but also with a critical lens, noting techniques that we can apply to our own work. Indeed, reading as a writer is a skill that’s very different from reading as a reader, as a student, or even as a scholar. Check out this article to learn more about reading as a writer.

For a more comprehensive guide, I recommend Francine Prose’s Reading Like a Writer: a Guide for People who Love Books and for those who Want to Write Them.

3. How to Learn to Write: Set an intention

Before you start learning to write, take a moment to think about these questions: in an ideal world, what do you want to write? Who would you like to write for? If you’re unsure how to answer these questions, I recommend first listing a few books and/or authors that inspire you. What do these books have in common?

The objective of setting an intention is not to pose an “endpoint” for yourself. Rather, it is to provide yourself with a direction with which to begin. Let’s say that I am interested in writing high-fantasy books like The Lord of the Rings. Although there’s nothing wrong with setting that as my goal and making a step-by-step plan to achieve that goal, having a specified endpoint, in my experience, often becomes debilitating for my writing process. For one, I may become discouraged when I find that my first draft has nothing in common with Tolkien’s epic. Or, I may find that realism comes more naturally to me and feel frustrated that I am not following the path I had planned to take.

In contrast, approaching The Lord of the Rings as a direction (rather than as a goal) looks more like amassing a set of skills. For example, I might begin by practicing the technique of worldbuilding, or the creation of a fantasy world. I might then decide to try my hand at crafting memorable characters. This way, even if your tastes or goals evolve in the writing process (and they will!), you will have developed a skillset that is transferable to other forms of writing.

4. How to Learn to Write: Start

Every writer has a different starting point. For Louise Erdrich, it is often the voice of a character that helps her begin her novel. For others, it may be a narrative situation or personal experience. It is a good idea to experiment with different approaches to beginning. This allows you to not only learn what helps you write, but also challenge yourself as a writer.

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When you’re just starting to learn how to write, expect that what you write won’t come out the way you want it. This is natural – all writers, even experienced ones, undergo this process. The important thing is to start and know that your writing does not have to be perfect at first try. The beauty of writing is that you don’t have to show it to anyone until you want to.

With that said, I suggest that you keep all of your writing, even if you don’t like it. You never know when you’ll find it interesting again!

5. How to Learn to Write: Use writing exercises

When the possibilities are endless, it can be difficult to begin. If you find yourself wavering, I recommend using a writing exercise to help jumpstart your process and learn how to write. Even if you don’t end up using what you generated, writing exercises are a great way to learn to write. To begin, check out this article!

If you’re in need of more prompts (and a supportive community!), our Facebook group is also a great resource.

6. How to Learn to Write: Understand the writing process

To learn how to write, it is essential to understand the nature of the writing process, which is often not as straightforward or linear as you think. Make no mistake: even accomplished writers go through multiple drafts, as the writer Anne Lamott shares in Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life. The good news, however, is that there is absolutely no pressure on your first draft—in fact, Lamott actively strives to write a “shitty first draft.”

Often, a piece of writing goes through massive changes from first draft to last. It is hard work, but the bright side of this is that you do not need to plan out the details of your book before you start writing. As the novelist E. L. Doctorow once said, “Writing a novel is like driving a car at night. You can see only as far as your headlights, but you can make the whole trip that way.”

In addition to working actively on your draft, it’s important to schedule in time for your draft to “rest,” too. Stephen King, for example, shares in On Writing: a Memoir of the Craft that he shuts his first draft up in his drawer for at least six weeks before revisiting it. This rest time, King explains, helps to create distance and allows the writer to assess their own writing in a more objective manner.

7. How to Learn to Write: Understand yourself.

Of the eight tips in this article, this is perhaps the most important point. By “understanding yourself,” I don’t mean “discovering” your “true self” or “psyche.” Instead, I mean understanding your habits, strengths, likes, and dislikes. In my experience, the most challenging part of learning to write is starting. Understanding what helps you to write on a practical level can alleviate this pressure and create the conditions you need to help your creative juices flow.

To begin, here is a list of things you might want to experiment with:

  • Writing requirements: Are you a pen and paper writer? Do you type? Do you do both? If you do both, do you write your first draft and type the second, or vice versa?
  • Physical space: Do you need to have your own room—where you will have no distractions—like Zadie Smith, or can you write at the dining table with children running around you, like Suzan Lori-Parks? Do you write best when you have a window you can look out of, or do you need to minimize distractions in your environment?
  • Daily schedules: When are you free and most productive? For Toni Morrison, who had young children when she first started writing, it was the time before sunrise. For H. P. Lovecraft, it was at night.
  • Routines: Although many say that writers have to write in the morning every single day, the best writing schedule, in my opinion, is one that makes sense for your own life. Do note that even if you have an established writing routine, it may change according to life circumstances. It’s important to be flexible and willing to try new approaches when you feel like your established routine no longer works.
  • Writerly tendencies: What genre captivates you, and what genre comes most intuitively to you? Note that these may not necessarily be the same! Personally, I started writing with the intention of writing fiction, but have since written more poetry and nonfiction. I’d encourage you to learn how to write in all three genres—what you find may surprise you!
Before moving on to the final tip, let’s briefly explore the three main genres of creative writing that you may wish to try your hand at:
  1. Poetry: this is probably a form that most, or all of us, have only encountered as children. While much of the poetry we’re exposed to in school or in books follow strict forms and rhyme schemes, contemporary poetry offers a huge variety of forms for the beginning poet. As a genre that emphasizes precision and compression, poetry is a great starting point for all writers.
  1. Fiction: the possibilities in this genre of imaginative writing are truly endless. For starters, there is a sizeable range when it comes to length, and one may choose to write flash fiction (usually fewer than 1,500 words), short stories (15,000-30,000), novellas (30,000-50,000), or novels (50,000 and above). For the beginning writer, it can be helpful to break down this expansive genre into the following subgenres.
    1. Mainstream fiction are those that have national and often global appeal. Examples are novels like J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series, Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go, and Khaled Hosseini’s The Kite Runner.
    2. Genre fiction comprises writing that appeals to specific audiences, and include such sub-genres as sci-fi, mystery, romance, and fantasy.
    3. Books like F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby and Alice Munro’s Dear Life, on the other hand, would fall into the category of literary fiction. Literary fiction is often studied in schools and universities for the contributions that they have made towards furthering the field of fiction writing. For more on literary vs genre fiction, check out this article.
  1. Creative Nonfiction: of these three main creative writing genres, this is perhaps the most elusive. Defined by writer Lee Gutkind, as “true stories, well told,” creative nonfiction is an exciting genre of writing that has gained a significant cult following in the past two decades. Of its many subgenres, the most well-known is perhaps the memoir. Check out this article for more on creative nonfiction.

8. How to Learn to Write: Seek resources

While writing is mostly a solitary activity, don’t underestimate the power of having a community! A writing group keeps you accountable, teaches you how to learn to write professionally, and provides a safe space for you to workshop an early draft. An authentic writing community, however, can be difficult to come by outside of a writing course.

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Learning to write can seem intimidating, but it’s important to remember that all writers started where you are: at the beginning. Remember to take things slow—habits are built gradually and consistently—as you build your writing routine into your everyday life.

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  • Work on their intros. Making a strong first impression is crucial. ...
  • Edit and rewrite relentlessly. ...
  • Keep their egos in check. ...
  • Write every day. ...
  • Avoid clichés and 'fluff' ...
  • Write specifically. ...
  • Get their writing read.
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What are the 8 steps to writing a book? ›

Learn How to Write a Book in 8 Easy Steps
  1. Start with a “seed” of a book idea. ...
  2. Develop the main character. ...
  3. Create a simple plot outline. ...
  4. Start the first draft. ...
  5. Take a break. ...
  6. Read through your first draft without editing. ...
  7. Revise. ...
  8. Edit and polish.

How can I teach myself to write? ›

Training to Be a Good Writer
  1. Write every day. I write pretty much every single day. ...
  2. Learn to overcome the resistance. ...
  3. See writing as a mindfulness practice. ...
  4. Do timed writing sessions. ...
  5. Learn to deal with the fears. ...
  6. Care about the craft. ...
  7. But get over perfectionism. ...
  8. Learn to type.

What are the 5 styles of writing? ›

Whilst there are many reasons to get the notepad or laptop out. there are only five main kinds of writing: expository, descriptive, persuasive, narrative, and journal or letter writing. Each writing genre has its own unique purpose and requires different skills.

What are the 10 writing skills? ›

Here are 10 business writing and communication skills to practice:
  • Clearly stating your purpose. ...
  • Using concise language. ...
  • Knowing your audience. ...
  • Organizing your ideas thoughtfully. ...
  • Using the active voice. ...
  • Stating facts instead of opinions. ...
  • Keeping your writing free of errors. ...
  • Displaying confidence.
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Can I write a book with no experience? ›

The short answer is yes. Everybody who ever wrote their first book did so with no experience of writing a book. Think about that… As long as you are willing to learn, humble enough to know your writing isn't perfect, and disciplined enough to continue working on honing your creative writing skills, you can do it.

What is the correct order of a book? ›

Design and content make up the entirety of the book, including the title, introduction, body, conclusion, and back cover. In order to write a book in full, you need to have all the moving parts to make it not only good but also effective.

In what order do you write a book? ›

How to Write a Book
  1. Establish a consistent writing space. If you're going to write a great book, you're going to need a great space to write. ...
  2. Hone in on your book idea. ...
  3. Outline your story. ...
  4. Do your research. ...
  5. Start writing and stick to a routine. ...
  6. Finish your first draft. ...
  7. Revise and edit. ...
  8. Write your second draft.
Mar 2, 2022

How should a beginner start writing? ›

5 Writing Tips for Beginners
  1. Enrich Your Vocabulary by Reading Great Books.
  2. Never Stop Learning About Writing.
  3. Practice Writing as Much as You Can.
  4. Research and Give Credit Where It's Due.
  5. Use Online Tools to Check Your Grammar and Originality.

How do I start writing with no experience? ›

10 Ways to break into freelance writing without experience
  1. Write samples. ...
  2. Find a writing agency to support you. ...
  3. Launch a blog. ...
  4. Write for friends and family. ...
  5. Network with other freelance writers. ...
  6. Get your start with a content network. ...
  7. Revise and refresh your grammar. ...
  8. Learn about SEO.

How can I stimulate my brain to write? ›

To get a head start, start reading the content you like the most. Doing that will activate your brain and help fill your brain with ideas. Reading also allows you to build your vocabulary and learn the art of writing.

What are the 4 keys of writing? ›

There are four keys to effective writing: identifying your audience, establishing your purpose, formulating your message, and selecting your style and tone.

What are the 4 rules of writing? ›

Hemingway's 4 Rules for Writing Well
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What are the 5 pillars of writing? ›

The 5 Pillars of Fiction Writing
  • Conflict.
  • Plot & Story Structure.
  • Pacing.
  • Tension.
  • Character Development.

What is the 5 traits of good writing? ›

However, there are certain qualities that most examples of good writing share. The following is a brief description of five qualities of good writing: focus, development, unity, coherence, and correctness.

What are the six traits of good writing? ›

The Six Traits of writing are Voice, Ideas, Presentation, Conventions, Organization, Word Choice, and Sentence Fluency. It creates a common vocabulary and guidelines for teachers to use with students so that they become familiar with the terms used in writing.

What are the six principles of good writing? ›

This research reveals that all “good” writing has six key ingredients—ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions.

What are the four C's of strong writing? ›

To help me accomplish that task, I distilled the writing advice I've read and received over the years into the four Cs—clear, concise, correct, and compelling.

What is the golden rule of writing? ›

Always write so that everything is clearly understood.

Use simple words. Use the first word that comes to your mind as that will often work best. Don't look up fancy words in thesaurus as you go – write naturally. The only way you can get a better understanding of language is through your reading habit.

Do and don'ts of good writing? ›

The Dos and Don'ts of Writing
  • Do follow a strict writing schedule. ...
  • Do learn grammar, punctuation and important rules of writing. ...
  • Do limit your use of exclamation marks and ellipsis.
  • Do learn from other authors. ...
  • Do make author friends. ...
  • Do write things down. ...
  • Don't be afraid to ask for help.
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What should you not write in a book? ›

Avoid making common mistakes by following these writing tips:
  • Don't write sporadically. ...
  • Don't ignore story structure. ...
  • Don't second guess yourself. ...
  • Don't abandon your first novel. ...
  • Don't pigeon-hole your process. ...
  • Don't start off slow. ...
  • Don't switch POV. ...
  • Don't create flat characters.
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What to avoid while writing a book? ›

How to Write a Novel (10 Mistakes to Avoid)
  • Lack of Conflict. Every story needs conflict - no exceptions. ...
  • Writing Unrealistic Characters. Characters need to be believable and relatable. ...
  • Cliches. ...
  • Editing as You go. ...
  • Bland Descriptions. ...
  • Fluffy Dialogue. ...
  • Too Much Happy. ...
  • Confusing Point of View.
Dec 22, 2021

What is the easiest type of book to write? ›

Unless you're a born novelist, try your hand at non-fiction first. Not only do you get to start from a place of passion and familiarity, but you also have the market on your side. It's easier to write, sell, and promote. Non-fiction has a bigger market for both traditionally published books and self-published books.

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The number of fingers they're holding up by the end of the page tells them if the book is the right level: 0-1 fingers: It's too easy. 2-3 fingers: It's just right. 4-5 fingers: It's too hard (or best read aloud with a buddy).

What should be read first? ›

Pick a book (or more), and kick start your journey to becoming an avid reader!
  • The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. ...
  • The Diary of A Young Girl By Anne Frank. ...
  • The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini. ...
  • The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy. ...
  • To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. ...
  • Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami.
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What are the 5 beginning parts of a book? ›

The front matter includes:
  • Title page. The title page contains the title of the book, the subtitle, the author or authors, and the publisher.
  • Copyright page. ...
  • Dedication. ...
  • Table of contents. ...
  • Foreword. ...
  • Acknowledgments. ...
  • Preface or Introduction. ...
  • Prologue.
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Is there a template for writing a book? ›

There are layout templates for formatting your manuscript in Microsoft Word, Google Docs, Adobe InDesign, Pages, and pretty much any other word processor you might use. Many self-publishing platforms like Lulu, IngramSpark, and BookBaby also include ready-to-use layout templates.

What are the first pages of a book called? ›

A preface, prologue, and foreword are all a part of a book's front matter, the introductory pages of a book before the main text—often numbered with Roman numerals—that include the title page and table of contents.

Should I read or write first? ›

The first words and sentences kids can read are often the first words and sentences they write. Writing gives them early and much needed confidence with literacy. Writing first helps kids get the meaning connection because they are conveying their own thoughts.

What letters should be taught to write first? ›

Beginning with letters X and O is a great place to start with early letter writing. After playing with X and O, I introduce kids to a square and triangle. Those four basics will introduce your child to the majority of letter shapes and forms.

How do I start writing at 50? ›

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  1. Take Classes. Going back to school for an English course is a great option, as it will teach you the fundamentals of your new career as well as how to get published. ...
  2. Join Writer's Groups. ...
  3. Market Your Writing. ...
  4. Consider Diverse Writing Opportunities. ...
  5. Keep writing.
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Why is starting to write so hard? ›

It's hard because doing it well matters, because stories matter, and the details matter, and there are often a lot of details. Sometimes they take years to organize. The feelings and ideas and memories that we put into the writing also matter, and are layered, and we can't force an understanding of them.

Can I start writing at 60? ›

Yes, Christine, I do believe a person can begin being a writer at age 60! Certainly, you've seen more and done more than someone who sets out to be a writer at the age of 20 or 30. More important, you've already met the first two requirements of being a writer: one, you have the desire, and two, you're a reader.

What can I write if I have no experience? ›

If you have no experience you can point to in your resume, highlight your education, include relevant non-work experience, list your skills, and include a summary. Get started by using a template.

Is 40 too old to start writing career? ›

Becoming a writer at 40 or above is possible. It's not too late to write a book, article or blog. You're on time to write. Did you know that Toni Morrison was 40 years old when she published “The Bluest Eye,” her first novel?

What is the secret to good handwriting? ›

Relax your hand and arm. Shake your hand until it feels floppy. Breathe. Many children curve their arm around the page while writing, but handwriting benefits from sitting up straight, with your forearm resting on the table, so that the arm moves the fingers rather than the wrist.

How do I jumpstart my writing? ›

15 Ways To Jumpstart Your Writing Career
  1. A Word of Warning.
  2. Writing Blog Posts For Other Websites.
  3. Rewriting Resumes and Cover Letters.
  4. Rewriting Webpages.
  5. Writing Emails.
  6. Writing Newsletters.
  7. Write a Book Yourself.
  8. Write a Book for Someone Else.

What are the three pillars of writing? ›

Ethos, Pathos, and Logos are referred to as the 3 Persuasive Appeals (Aristotle coined the terms) and are all represented by Greek words.

What are the 3 principles of writing? ›

We offer three principles—storytelling, authenticity and argument—to help writers envision the story they will tell, select the data as evidence for that story and integrate quotations to guide the reader's interpretation.

What are four things you avoid in your writing? ›

Use these handy tips to improve your writing so your work will be clearer, accurate, and more professional.
  • 1 Overuse of adverbs. ...
  • 2 Too many prepositional phrases. ...
  • 3 Ambiguous (“Squinting”) modifiers. ...
  • 4 Misuse of lie/lay. ...
  • 5 Ambiguous pronoun references. ...
  • 6 Comma splices. ...
  • 7 Run-on sentences. ...
  • 8 Wordiness (inflated sentences)
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What is the most important rule in writing? ›

Be Consistent When Writing

Delivering your message is essential. But you also want your readers to believe in what you're saying. You need to build trust. This basic rule of writing goes together with addressing your reader and making your text specific.

What are the 7 stages of writing? ›

The writing process, according to the EEF's ​'Improving Literacy In Key Stage 2' guidance report, can be broken down into 7 stages: Planning, Drafting, Sharing, Evaluating,Revising, Editing and Publishing.

What are the 7 principles of writing? ›

An effective message should: express your purpose • make a single point • be a sentence • contain about 15-20 words • be focussed on action • be interesting to the reader • be written in familiar terms • provide new information • provoke a question in the reader's mind Page 8 2.

What are the four 4 goals of every writer? ›

There are four purposes writers use for writing. When someone communicates ideas in writing, they usually do so to express themselves, inform their reader, to persuade a reader or to create a literary work.

What are the 7 features of academic writing? ›

Features of academic writing
  • Complexity. Written language is relatively more complex than spoken language. ...
  • Formality. Academic writing is relatively formal. ...
  • Precision. In academic writing, facts and figures are given precisely. ...
  • Objectivity. ...
  • Explicitness. ...
  • Accuracy. ...
  • Hedging. ...
  • Responsibility.

What are the 8 types of writing? ›

List Of Eight Different Types Of Writing Styles
  • Descriptive Writing. People often assume that descriptive writing is about using fancy and flowery phrases. ...
  • Persuasive Writing. ...
  • Narrative Writing. ...
  • Expository Writing. ...
  • Review Writing. ...
  • Technical Writing. ...
  • Objective Writing. ...
  • Subjective Writing.

What are the golden rules of academic writing? ›

Rule 1: Answer the question that is asked. Rule 2: Write your answer in your own words. Rule 3: Think about the content of your essay, being sure to demonstrate good social scientific skills. Rule 4: Think about the structure of your essay, being sure to demonstrate good writing skills and observing any word limit.

What are 3 rules of academic writing? ›

8 simple rules for academic writing in English
  • Write out all words in full. ...
  • Keep to a formal style. ...
  • Do not address the reader directly, i.e., do not use the word 'you' as a narrative form. ...
  • Avoid the pronouns 'I' and 'we' except when explaining the set-up of the research in the introduction or in the methods section.
Sep 6, 2021

What are the 5 features of effective writing? ›

The following is a brief description of five qualities of good writing: focus, development, unity, coherence, and correctness. The qualities described here are especially important for academic and expository writing.

What are the 3 basic writing techniques? ›

As explained in the USC Rossier infographic, “There are three writing capacities: writing to persuade, writing to explain, and writing to convey real or imagined experiences.” These three types of writing are usually called argument, informative, and narrative writing.

What are the 12 steps to improve writing skills? ›

12 Tips To Improve Your Writing Skills
  1. Know the basic principles of writing.
  2. Read more.
  3. Sketch out a solid outline first.
  4. Develop a clear message.
  5. Be straightforward and don't ramble.
  6. Experiment with word choice.
  7. Portray your personality in your writing.
  8. Eliminate overly complex words.
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